'Downs don't want Mngonyama back

2015-06-19 09:37
Kwanda Mngonyama (Supplied)

Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns defender Kwanda Mngonyama, who was on loan at Maritzburg United for the past season, will see his contract end soon and a source says The Brazilians are not interested in keeping him.

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A source at the club told Sport24 that Sundowns coach, Pitso Mosimane, is not a big fan of Mngonyama, hence the fact that he won't be staying at the club.

"I think he will stay at Maritzburg United because they already know the player," the source said.

“He did very well last season and now that his contract at Sundowns is coming to an end.

“They are not going to renew it and other teams are on the lookout for his services.”

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